Oriel

A ydych chi’n chwilio am artist er mwyn prynu gwaith celf i’ch swyddfa, i gomisiynu perfformiadau neu waith penodol i safle neu i greu darluniadau ar gyfer eich cyhoeddiad? Nid oes angen i chi chwilio dim pellach nag ein Tudalen Oriel Artistiaid lle mae artistiaid anabl sy’n aelodau o Celfyddydau Anabledd Cymru yn arddangos eu gwaith i chi bori drwyddynt.

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David Winwood is a Pointillist and Hyperrealist Artist. Due to spinal and nerve damage, David is unable to work with a traditional paintbrush. With a computer screen as his canvas and an adapted mouse as his brush, David has developed his own unique style and ...
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'If you really want to be taken seriously as an artist then I suggest you go and find a good anatomy and physiology text book and study the human form because quite frankly these proportions are all wrong' This was one of the many critical ...
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I grew up in coastal Essex & now live in coastal Wales. Always attracted to ballet, plants & animals I started drawing at an early age, &, as well as enjoying gardening & drawing, I sculpted anything miniature from crinoline ladies, with minuscule ringlets & ...
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Hi my name is Gill Powell and I recently graduated with a BA (hons) in Art Practice from the University of South Wales, previously Glamorgan University. When I left school I trained as a Biomedical Scientist and worked in pathology laboratories until I had my ...
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Born in Pwllheli, North Wales in 1965. A Welsh / Canadian artist who has loved art from early childhood. His art has been developed on and off throughout his life as a self taught artist. Paul has been teaching art professionally for over nine years ...
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" template="default" order_by="sortorder" order_direction="ASC" returns="included" maximum_entity_count="500"]Drwy ein Harddangosfa Flynyddol DAC, rydym yn arddangos ac yn teithio ar waith artistiaid anabl a byddar sy'n seiliedig ar Gymru, neu'r rhai sy'n byw gyda chyflyrau iechyd corfforol a / neu feddyliol tymor hir. Mae'r gwaith celf yn ddetholiad ...
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Hi, I’m Anne, a British artist living in Wales. I work with many different art forms including screen printing, portraiture, painting and sculpture. With a world full of technology being a part of everyday life and as technology is altering rapidly, our old devises are ...
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Vanessa has a wide variety of skills and as well as painting she also makes craft items, jewellery, cards and collages. Vanessa is blind so many of her pieces are very tactile. She has endless ideas, is extremely creative and loves making things out of ...
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Theme of Austerity/Extravagance: In the light of recent governmental decisions, which affect many people throughout Wales, we wanted to reflect the feelings about this through our exhibition of work by DAC members, many of whom have been affected by austerity measures. Contrary to this we ...
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I am a married to David, who takes care of me. We have a wonderful daughter called Crystal, who graduated from Aberystwyth University in August 2015 after studying drama and English literature. Our amazing daughter, did fantastically. She hopes to be a teacher someday. I ...
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I'm married with four children and a dog. I live on Angelsey where I was born and grew up. I draw using a graphics tablet and pen and on paper. I also write poetry and have done since i was a teeenager. I have a ...
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Green is in my blood. I was born in Lincoln, a place of flat fields and endless horizons. During my 44 years I have lived in many places but it is the curvaceous, Welsh landscape that has become home. My heart has been an enduring ...
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I have 8" arms and for a long time I tried to paint and create with my hands. I was never happy with the results and I gave up and concentrated on poetry for many year. Through my day job (I massage with my feet ...
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Ironically, the more disabled I get and admit to being, the more art I commit. I have chosen to “hang” work in the DAC online Gallery that tell the story of my journey from somebody who believed she was “no good at art” to a ...
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TOM WENTWORTH is a writer and poet. Tom’s poetry has been published widely including Acumen Literary Magazine, Shropshire Butterflies (Fair Acre Press) and Whose Flame Is It Anyway? (Disability Arts Cymru.) He regularly performs poetry as one third of ‘Three Men’ who are working on ...
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Roy won first prize at the Nuneaton Festival of Arts 1970 (Sculpture), but relinquished his artistic career to train as an Aeronauticle Engineer with the RAF. Following a disabling injury he was medically discharged. This allowed him time to pursue his artistic leanings, and he ...
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Lucy was born in Sutton Coldfield of Birmingham in July 1978, although Lucy was born profoundly deaf, her deafness was not identified until she was 3 years old. Following this she attended Braidwood School for the Deaf. Throughout her childhood Lucy was always encouraged to ...
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My original hometown is Bangor, Co, Down, N. Ireland and my initial degree is a Joint Honours BA in Art and Italian which I obtained from the then University College of Wales Aberystwyth. After marrying and bringing up a daughter and son, I returned to ...
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Conwy based visual artist Rachael Roberts explores her own childhood memories of growing up in North Wales through a variety of mediums including analogue photography and ceramics. Currently working towards a Level 3 "Arts in Health" Qualification delivered by WEA January - present: Coordinating & ...
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Rosie is a disabled businesswoman and equality campaigner. Happily married with one son, her interests and hobbies are many and varied. Rosie formed the RMS Disability Issues Consultancy www.rms-consultancy.co.uk in 1995 to deliver quality training in the field of Disability Issues and Equality. In June ...
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I was born at Bryn Cottages Pontyrhyl 26 May 1939 and when I left school aged 15 I went to work down the coal mine. After the closure of the coal mines I worked all my life in various jobs and at the age of ...
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Maria Hayes is a professional artist and educator and has worked in a freelance capacity since 1986 throughout the UK and internationally. Hayes collaborates with musicians, dancers, actors, storytellers and poets on performance based projects. She has shown work in galleries and at live events ...
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"There is something not revealed as I am partially covered up in black fabric. Not only is it the affliction not obvious, but I also don't really want it to be obvious." I'm a Finnish artist resident in Wales since 2010 and married to fellow ...
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Mark Anthony Annis was a professional artist based in Wales who’s work was heavily influenced by the early 20th Century artists from the cubist movement. Mark was active in the disability movement and had Asperger’s Syndrome which is a form of high functioning autism. Mark ...
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A visual artist working with photography, performance, installation and text. A love of textiles and vintage stuff. See also: http://soundcloud.com/maurahazelden/duel-duet-dual http://flofflach.blogspot.co.uk http://wordsearchingfor.blogspot.co.uk http://www.yllehwnymathisplacehere.blogspot.co.uk http://www.flickr.com/photos/incrediblehow http://vimeo.com/flofflach http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheIncredibleHow?ref=pr_shop_more ...
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I have a B.A. in F.A. from Goldsmith’s 1989, and since then have done lots of different things, but now focusing mainly on Photography and Performance Art. I like to take pictures, mainly of plants and animals and not really people so much. See more ...
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I attended Sutton & Cheam Art School Foundation Course from 1965 - 67, after which I went to Harrow School of Art to study for a diploma in studio ceramics, under Michael Casson and Victor Margrie 1967 - 69. During this time I met and ...
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